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Adult Sunday Classes - Fall

FALL CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 16

8:15 a.m. Class

Ray Morgan – Classrooms A & B – God and Government
This 8-week class will explore the Biblical purpose of government and how right/Godly government should be organized and administered.   We will also illustrate how American Government (our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution) was originally based on those Biblical principles and how today’s American government has strayed from those principles.  Additionally, we will review the critical questions of when we should obey the government and when we are obligated by Christ to disobey the government.

9:30 a.m. Classes

David Forbes – Classrooms A & B – The Sovereignty of God
Our society is divided in many ways believes that man shapes his own destiny, therefore God is being pushed away or minimized, at the very least.  We will look at what God’s Word says about His Sovereignty, and if we grasp this truth, even partially, our lives and attitudes will change forever.

Jim Coffield – The Basement (Starting September 6) – The Bible as One Unified Storyline
This fall, we will look at one book of the Bible per week to view the Bible as one unified story.

11:00 a.m. Classes

Joel McCall & Paul FitzgeraldThe Choir Room - Hebrews: Believing the Superiority of Christ in Order to Keep On Keeping On
We will continue our study of the book of Hebrews. Newcomers are welcome to jump into this study with us at any time. This book speaks into the struggles of all believers with the compelling encouragement as to how and why we must have confidence in our faith. This will be a stunning exposition of the majesty of Christ. You will not be the same after this study.  

Jon Shugart – Classrooms A & B- The Gospel of John
Our class will be resuming our study of the Gospel of John. Jesus is preparing his disciples for the firestorm to come, His arrest, trial, and crucifixion, but also for His resurrection. He is also preparing them for the work they are to do afterward. These lessons are particularly applicable for us today, especially during these turbulent times. Because the Gospel of John is so familiar to all of us, there is no bad time to jump into this study.

Chris Jaeger – The Warehouse - A study of Ruth and Esther (This class is meeting in the park most weeks, so please call the church if you are interested in connecting with this class.)
We will begin a new part of our study and move into the book of Esther. Beyond mere narrative of two exceptional women, we see the lives of Ruth and Esther who in bitter circumstances come to believe that God uses all things to save his people. As we examine their lives, we can expect to witness the Lord’s work in our own lives. Join us for a class designed for discussions around the Word of God.


The law from Your mouth is more precious to me than thousands of pieces of silver and gold.  Your hands made me and formed me; give me understanding to learn Your commands.  Psalm 119:72-73